The chairman of the Commission, Chief Richard Onwuka Egbule, Ph.D, MFR; has called on opinion and traditional leaders in the country to come together and work with the Federal Government to enable it overcome its present security challenges.
Chief Egbule was speaking in Abuja on Monday, 20th February, 2012, when he received a delegation of the traditional council of Nnebi-Na-Asonye, led by His Royal Highness, Eze ThankGod Adighiogu, Eze Ahurukwe I of Nnebi-Na-Asonye Umuariam Autonomous Community of Imo State. The traditional council was in the Commission to pay a courtesy call on the Chairman of the Commission in appreciation of his selfless service to the community and the country in general. The traditional ruler who spoke through an interpreter, as is required of members of the Imo Traditional Council, called on the Chairman to continue with the good work he has been doing. He said it is was in the recognition of this that the traditional council of Nnebi-Na-Asonye had conferred on Chief Egbule the title of Aku Fere Mba I of Nnebi-Na-Asonye Umuariam Autonomous Community in December 2011. He said part of the visit of the traditional council was to present him with a certificate in recognition of the traditional title..
The Secretary to the Commission, Mr. Emmanuel Afolabi Thompson, who gave the vote of thanks, praised the traditional council for the recognition done to the Chairman of the Commission. He extolled the virtues of the Chairman as a man of humility who was endowed with a lot of wisdom. He said he was someone who is easy to work with and he has learnt a lot from him in the time they have worked together.
The occasion which took place in the Commission's conference room was attended by members of the Top Management of the Commission as well as Directors and Heads of Departments.
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